There are several components of a curriculum, e.g., the contents, methods, tools, and the process of the teaching. The curriculum itself is developed following its educational goal in respect of the stakeholders, environment, and the education program. In a classroom teaching setting, of course, the methods are essential; but, its uses have to consider systematically the other parts of the curriculum because they are interrelated in order to reach the educational goal. Following the previous opinions, I believe that the flexibility of the method utilization can be highlighted with regard to the teaching goal, considering who are the stakeholders (actors), where is the environment, and what the education program is.
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